Emerging Trends and Applications of the Internet of Things

  • 5h 7m
  • Muthu Ramachandran, Petar Kocovic, Radomir Mihajlovic (eds), Reinhold Behringer
  • IGI Global
  • 2017

The widespread availability of technologies has increased exponentially in recent years. This ubiquity has created more connectivity and seamless integration among technology devices.

Emerging Trends and Applications of the Internet of Things is an essential reference publication featuring the latest scholarly research on the surge of connectivity between computing devices in modern society, as well as the benefits and challenges of this. Featuring extensive coverage on a broad range of topics such as cloud computing, spatial cognition, and ultrasonic sensing, this book is ideally designed for researchers, professionals, and academicians seeking current research on upcoming advances in the Internet of Things (IoT).

In this Book

  • From Ubiquitous Computing to the Internet of Things
  • An Approach to Designing IoT-Based Business Models
  • Converging Technologies for the IoT: Standardization Activities and Frameworks
  • A Case Study on the Spatial Cognition of Surrounding Objects by the B&VI People Using Sound Patterns and Ultrasonic Sensing
  • Building IoT With Arduino
  • Model-Driven Multi-Domain IoT
  • Internet of Things in E-Health: An Application of Wearables in Prevention and Well-Being
  • IoT and Cloud Computing: The Architecture of Microcloud-Based IoT Infrastructure Management System
  • Possibilities of BLOB (Binary Large OBject) and CLOB (Character Large Object) Integration Into the Core of IoT and Using the SQL Platform for Distributing a Large Amount of Data to HTML, JAVA, and PHP Platforms
  • Cognitive Internet of Everything (CIoE): State of the Art and Approaches


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